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8 Books That Should Be Movies

Ever read a book and you can clearly visualize all the actors in every scene? Ever been reading and thought that the book would be a perfect movie (if it was cast correctly and got all the important details right, obviously). 464 more words

Books

Sandra Benedetto: Hallmark Christmas Movie Adaptations

1. Emma’s Redemption (adapted from Madame Bovary): After being rejected by her former lovers, Emma sells all of the luxury items that she bought on credit so that she can make a simple but lovingly prepared Christmas Eve dinner for Charles in a gesture of reconciliation. 366 more words

Sandra Benedetto

Le Petit Prince

Let’s all just take a little break and watch this really adorable trailer of Le Petit Prince.

I love everything about it! Despite not having the ability to understand and/or speak French, this trailer moved me. 194 more words

Movie Adaptations

I Read It First

December is here, it’s almost the end of 2014, and 2015 is bearing down fast, and here I sit, staring at my blog, thinking, “How could I make this thing into EVEN MORE of a time suck?” At least, that’s what I was apparently thinking two months ago, when almost entirely on a whim I decided to start a new reading/writing project called I Read It First, wherein for the year of 2015 I plan to read every book getting adapted into a movie before that movie comes out. 621 more words

Movies

Table Talk: Book v.s. Movie v.s Book

I have put this conversation off as long as I could. Now that I’ve blogged steadily, I feel like I can confidently put this out there. 983 more words

Random 411

Taken By Storm by The 5th Wave

I told you guys right that I’ve been on a YA binge? One of the books in this binge is lo and behold, The 5th Wave… 515 more words

Young Adult

Book Talk: Mockingjay, Part 1, With Spoilers!

Book Talk is an occasional feature where I talk about book-ish non-review topics.

Today is all about Mockingjay, which I saw yesterday!  I’m not super-picky when it comes to movie adaptations, but The Hunger Games movies have been really, really good! 546 more words

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